|

Latest Stories


Innovation, Efficiency at Heart of CHP Plant Upgrade

A combined heat and power (CHP) plant in South Korea successfully completed a project to improve its output and overall operation, with updated gas turbine technology supporting its reliability. South ...


Expansion Project Furthers Indonesia’s Increase in Power Generation

The addition of a 500-MW gas-fired unit at the Muara Karang facility near Jakarta is among the steps Indonesia is taking to satisfy the country’s growing need for electricity as demand for power continues ...


Europe Turns to LNG to Avert Energy Crisis

European nations are looking at ways to increase their imports of liquefied natural gas (LNG), including from Russia, as concerns about a shortage of natural gas across the European Union (EU) continue ...


POWER Digest (October 2022)

Saft Installs Batteries on Italian Islands. Saft, a subsidiary of TotalEnergies, has installed seven maintenance-free Flex’ion lithium-ion battery systems supporting a microgrid with solar plants on ...


Siemens Gamesa Will Cut Nearly 3,000 Jobs

Renewable energy giant Siemens Gamesa announced it will cut nearly 3,000 jobs as the company tries to turn around its financial fortunes. The group in a statement on Sept. 29 said, “In order to realize the company’s projections for growth, Siemens Gamesa is working to strengthen specific ...


Financing Committed for Major California, Texas Solar Projects

Four large solar power projects, including two that will feature battery energy storage systems (BESS), are moving forward after the closing of financing commitments for the installations. Intersect Power, an Oregon-headquartered development and engineering group for renewable energy, on Sept. 29 ...